Tony’s Chocolonely brings Collegiate Changemaker program to UC Berkeley

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A Collegiate Changemaker program has been brought to campus by Dutch chocolate company Tony's Chocolonely. The company aims to spread awareness of the widespread use of child slave labor in chocolate production, choosing UC Berkeley to participate in its program because of the campus' legacy of activism and social justice.

Tony’s Chocolonely, a Dutch chocolate company with goals of transforming the chocolate production industry against illegal child labor, has begun its collaboration with UC Berkeley through its Collegiate Changemaker program.
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